At Andamur, we’re committed to society and helping to build a better world for everyone.

Which is why, for the fourth year running, Andamur is supporting the Jesús Abandonado Foundation for Bread Month.

Our contribution is to cover the cost of the bread served in the foundation’s soup kitchens for the whole month. We take care of the bill for the bread for the Jesús Abandonado soup kitchens during the month of April, coinciding with the anniversary of the opening of El Límite on 14 April.


This year our donation will include all the proceeds from the sale of bread in our service areas.

We’ll also go a step further this year and all the proceeds from the sale of bread in our service areas during the month of April will be donated to the Jesús Abandonado Foundation. With this small gesture we want to strengthen our commitment to society and to this foundation and involve our customers in this social initiative.

In previous years, Andamur employees and managers volunteered for a day at the foundation’s soup kitchens. This year, due to the pandemic and to follow safety measures, the volunteering will take place as soon as possible when the situation allows it. Our employees will have the opportunity to volunteer for a day in the Jesús Abandonado Foundation’s soup kitchens to experience the great work that it does every day first-hand and learn about the reality of the users of the service.

With this kind initiative, Andamur shows its commitment to organisations like the Jesús Abandonado Foundation, which take up social causes and fight for public welfare.

This initiative is part of our #TakingCareOfWhatMatters CSR plan, under its Social Commitment focus, with which we engage with the spheres and groups in society most in need. In doing so we work towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals ‘No Poverty’ and ‘Zero Hunger’.